On May 20th, 2017, Whale Scout teamed up with Skagit Fisheries Enhancement Group to help grow baby trees to save Salish Sea orcas. The Skagit Herald shares the story and explains why these trees are so important for whales.
is the day when the entire Greater Seattle region comes together to support the nonprofits that make our community a stronger, more vibrant place for all. It is a tremendous opportunity to collectively invest in the impactful and inspiring nonprofits that are such a critical part of our region’s fabric. Whale Scout is proud to be a part of Give BIG
Come work behind the scenes growing native plants in the nursery for a major restoration project. These plants will help increase food availability during critical times of the year for orcas. We'll be weeding and carefully tending to small plants!
Join Team Whale Scout with Earth Corps at Herring's House Park, part of a Super Fund cleanup. It was designed primarily as habitat for juvenile Chinook salmon with an intertidal estuary. The Duwamish River is home to five Pacific salmon species including Chinook and coho, a candidate species for listing. Recovering these salmon stocks will help feed endangered killer whales!
Jim Waddell returns to give us an update on his campaign to remove the lower Snake River dams. Take a listen to what Jim has to say about our new President. You might be surprised to learn what's slowing down the removal of these dams and how you can help.
Learn more about the need for a wildlife hospital for marine mammals and turtles in Puget Sound. Lesanna Lahner, Executive Director and Veterinarian, explains why SR3's mission is so important and how their group will work with other organizations currently working with stranded animals. Plus, how YOU can help!